Two parchment fragments, magical, bought in Cairo in 1905 by Petrie. Literary fragment sent to Crum by Rendel Harris. 5 parchment fragments Petrie - Crum 1897, magical. Parchment and papyrus fragments from R. Mond 1903.
(a) Cyriacos - his occurrence on letters (b) Bibliography notes for Chapter VIII (c) Names, especially Pesynthius, Chapter IX (d) Churches & monasteries, Chapter V (e) omitted (f) map of the Nile from Koptos to Ermant, Chapter V (g) Thompson’s notes on Theban place names (Demotic) see Chapter V (h) Notes on the Persian invasion and mention of the Persians in literary and non-literary sources, Chapter IV (i) Epiphanius - notes on occurrence of this name on papyri and ostraca, Chapter Ix (j) St. Phoibammon - notes on name and its occurrence
(a) Part of the first draft by Mrs Crum of material for Crum’s Coptic Dictionary (b) Letters by Sir Herbert Thompson with annotations to the Dictionary (c) One proof-sheet with Crum’s corrections (d) Varia
Medinet Habu graffiti, 1937 (from pls.) Oxyrhynchus inscription Musée Guimet inscription, 1900 Copies by Wilkinson (Crewe) Aberdeen Limestone 110 Copy of vase inscription sent by Sobhy Inscription on bronze censer belonging to Major Gayer Anderson Coptic Museum Cairo: text on a baldachin; 3 other texts & 2 photographs Rubbing of inscription from Major Gayer Anderson Text from a split reed from Major Gayer Anderson Copies of 2 published texts: W. Jowett, Christian Researches, 3rd edition. 1824 148, from Karnak. L. C. Stern, ZÄS. 1885 p. 98. Tracing by N. de Garis Davies. Copy of Theban tomb inscription by Wilkinson.
(a) The Times: 9.x.1895: Report on the Church Congress held at Norwich; various archaeological papers read. (b) Academy: 7.ix.1895: Part of an article on the Hyksos by A. H. Sayce. (c) Standard: 1.viii.1896: Discovery of Coptic MSS. by Dr Karl Schmidt. (d) The Times: 17.iv.1897: “A New Syrian Version of the Apocalypse” (MS. belonging to Earl Crawford). (e) Church Congress: 5.x.1898: Mr Montagu R. James on New Testament Apocrypha (f) Catholic University Bulletin: 31.xii.1911: “The Pierpont Morgan Collections of Coptic MSS.” (g) Theologische Literaturzeitung 1912: Pierpont Morgan Collection - Prof. Hyvernat (h) The Times: 15.iv.1912: Discovery of a papyrus of Deuteronomy, Jonah and the Acts acquired by the British Museum. (i) The Nation, N. York: 4.i.1912: Pierpont Morgan Collection - Prof. Hyvernat (j) ? (German): 20.ii.1912: Pierpont Morgan Collection (k) Strasbourg Post: 10.iv.1912: Pierpont Morgan Collection (l) The Times: 14.v.1913: Freer MS. possibly from the White Monastery
(a) Deir el Gebrawi - tracing of graffitus by N. de Garis Davies Dendera - three photographs of graffiti with covering letter. (b) Deir el Gebrawi - copies of graffiti by Newberry and Fraser. Deir Abu Hennes - Fraser’s copies of inscriptions including a tombstone now Cairo 8321. Antinoe - Fraser’s copies of 3 graffiti. Lahun - Farser’s copies of 2 graffiti. (c) Abydos - Ayston’s, Miss Calverley’s & Petrie’s copies of graffiti. Aswân - St. Simeon - stela copied by Monnerat de Villard. Dendûr - Blackiman’s copy from temple = L.D. VI 103, 39 Sakiniya, Nubia and Qasr Ibrim: Englebach’s copies of 2 stelae Cairo - 3 stelae in sale at Cairo 1909 ? from Saqqarah Gizeh - inscription on marble dish Published by Turaieff. Fitzwiliam Mus. - limestone stela British Museum - stela Copenhagen N.K.G. - copies & 1 photograph of stelae Turin - copies of stelae Taunton Mus. - stela Louvre 233 c Published by Revillout. Pera Mus. ? - stela. Published Z.D.P.V. vol. VII Thebes ? - copy of Greek inscription on mummy ticket from N. de G. Davies Inscription on pot sent by Gayer Anderson
(a) Letter from Sir Herbert Thompson, 1909 (b) Letter from Sir Herbert Thompson on “white’ (c) Notes on words and Greek equivalents (d) Notes (e) Spellings of Coptic months (f) Note on Rossi Turin Atti XXX pp. 802-3, 805 (g) Note on Bouriant Graffiti from Akhmîm Rec. XI 147
Material relating to: The Coptic Version of the Acts of the Apostles and the Pauline Epistles in the Sahidic Dialect (Cambridge, 1932). Material relating to: A Coptic palimpsest containing Joshua, Judges, Ruth, Judith and Esther in the Sahidic Diclaect (London, 1911). The Coptic (Sahidic) Version of certain books of the Old Testament (London, 1908). Theban Ostraca (Toronto, 1913)
Photographs of stelae and graffiti: Lyons: (a) various stelae from Musée Guimet Lyons: (b) stela published Re. XXIII Boston: stela 4347; stela 4348; stela 5055; stela 5054 Alexandria: stela 110. Published M. Cramer: Die Totenklage bei den Kopten (Wien, 1941), 14, Pl. 4 Stela from Henaton. Published Lefébure. Stela from Debêra (Sudan) Stela from Philae Graffiti from St. Simeon, Aswân. Published Rev. XXXVII 41. Graffiti from Dakhla Oasis Graffiti from Aswân